Ideal for all kinds of cooking, the Companion Triple Ring Burner is a simple and robust choice for making meals at the campsite.
This triple ring burner is made from heavy-duty cast iron for durability and requires only minimal assembly. You can get your food ready in a flash, as this burner produces a massive 28,950 BTU, and can be used with saucepans, pots and even camp ovens. This unit also comes with a LCC27 regulator and 1-metre hose included for easy use.
For clean and heat-efficient cooking, the Companion Triple Ring Burner is what your cooking set up needs.
Heavy-duty cast iron burner
Brass valve with individual gas control
Minimal assembly required
Includes LCC27 regulator and 1-metre hose
Ideal for any type of cooking
28,950 BTU burner
In Use Dimensions:
41L x 22.5W x 1H cm
41L x 22.5W x 1H cm
Gas Fitting to Bottle:
Fuel 1 answer
Can I use the butane canisters for low temperatures with this stove?
Petra - Majors Creek, NSW (1 year ago)
You can't, I'm sorry. This burner runs off LPG gas & comes with a POL attachment regulated hose - which is the same terminal found on standard Swap & Go LPG bottles.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Use on total fire ban1 answer
G'day snowys team, Curious if a gas ring is allowed to be used on total fire ban and in places that do not permit a fire? Being non solids fuel I would believe so however I have been told they are not even given safety precautions such as at least 10L of water in a bucket close by and and a 5m² area clear of any flammable material. Thanks in advance.
Tom - Leongatha, VIC (1 year ago)
Total Fire Ban means total fire ban, including gas appliances. I recommend giving the CFA a call though to clarify if your state has different interpretations. The last thing you want to do is be responsible for a fire, so best be on the safe side.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Heat proof mat to go underneath?2 answers
I was considering buying this to boil my stockpot which wont fit on my regular gas stove, however i was wondering if you would need some sort of heat proof mat to go underneath if using it on a kitchen counter for instance. It looks like the burner legs would get quite hot and the reflected heat from the pot might scorch the table. Do you sell something like this or have a solution? Thanks!
Zac - St Kilda(3 years ago)
These units are for outdoor use only, so if you're planning to use it in your kitchen we'd advise against it. If you're using the unit with a large stockpot on top of it outdoors then we'd suggest opting for a steel or aluminium table to reduce the risk of heat damage to the surface. If you're wanting to use it on a wooden or plastic bench/table then we'd suggest grabbing a heat mat or similar from a local hardware store.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
The biolite firepit mat is amazing for stoves. A bit pricey but very thick. (I found the biolite one to not leave me feeling entirely safe due to its petite size so I use a much much bigger one under my biolite firepit that is just a black fibreglass one) but I love the biolite mat for under my dual burner stove, I fold the back up and can use it close to the fridge without any heat transfer.
Ronni - Oakey(11 months ago)
Ring burner vs camp stove2 answers
Hi Snowys, I’m after a simple camp cooking setup. I’ll realistically only need to cook one thing at once, but I’d like to have good temperature control so I can cook pancakes for instance. How do these rate for temperature control? Are they safe to use on a folding plastic table, or do the feet get hot? Cheers as always!
Martin - Flynn, ACT(4 years ago)
The Triple Ring Burners pack a fair bit of heat at 36, 000 BTU. You might find your pancakes turn to a burnt crisp pretty quickly. We'd probably suggest going to a slightly smaller burner like the single or double ring burner, or alternatively you could go for a 2 burner camp stove. The Cast Iron Ring Burners have some temperature control, but I fear the triple will still be too hot for pancakes! We'd suggest popping the cast iron ring burners on an aluminium topped table.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
The rings on this are individually controlled, so you can use one, two or all three. I believe this would be fine for pancakes.
Julia - Cairns(2 years ago)
? which ring burner should I order2 answers
I've got a 550 mm diameterx300mm deep stainless pot. I want to use it to make cheese and wondered which ring burner would handle that - probably only 2/3 full with milk
zalex - yarram 3971(8 years ago)
Hi Zalex, the Triple Ring Burner (RB40) has an outer diameter of 250mm. So your 550mm pot would overhang a lot. Would you consider the Quad Ring Burner (RB50) with an outer diameter of 380mm? I think it would be more stable.
Dave - Snowys(8 years ago)
I would suggest the megajet outdoor power cooker on this site.
Penguin - Perth, WA(4 years ago)
Hi, is it possible to get an adjustable regulator for this?1 answer
i.e. to ensure a good flame for homebrewing, for example.
Dan - Hornsby(8 years ago)
There's nothing 'off the shelf' that we have to attach an adjustable regulator to this Dan. It is generally recommended that the appliance be used with the hose and regulator supplied. You would be best going to a gas fitter to find out these details, and to ensure safe operation.